A: Thanks for coming in on such short notice. Did you find our studio okay?
B:Oh, yes, it was very easy to find with the directions you gave me.
A: Good. Well, let's get right into your interview. We're looking for someone who will be able to work on a part-time basis only.
B: That's no problem. I can work either part-time or full-time, but I actually prefer something part-time.
A: Tell me a litter bit about your qualifications. We've already had over fifty applicants for this position. What sets you apart from all the other candidates?
B: I think something I can offer that is different from everyone else is that I can speak several languages fluently. I have experience in intercultural communication, and I can help your station to reach a wider audience.
A: Have you ever worked in broadcasting before ?
B: I have done some work in print media, but this will be the first time to do broadcast media. Even though it is new for me, I learn really quickly. I have confidence I can get the hang of things in no time at all.
A: Would you mind giving us a demo right now?
B: No problem! I'd be happy to.
qualification:a skill or type of experience that you need for a particular job or activity （通过经验或具备技能而取得的）资格；资历 countable
Previous teaching experience is a necessary qualification for this job.
set somebody/something apart (from somebody/something)
to make somebody/something different from or better than others 使与众不同；使突出；使优于…
Her clear and elegant writing sets her apart from other journalists.
get the hang of something informal
to learn how to do or to use something; to understand something 掌握…的要领；了解…的用法；找到了诀窍
It's not difficult once you get the hang of it.